I want to get into programming on old MS-DOS systems, before then going to older DOSs like CP/M. However, while programming for MS-DOS I'd like to also use era-appropriate software, both for the writing of the code and the compiling of it.
The system I was planning on writing it for is an IBM 5150 Computer, ideally, I'd want to be use assembler as the language of choice.
And I know there were many programs that allowed you to compile assembler, and even more to let you write text. However, I was hoping to get some real recommendations on software from people that were there. So, to anyone who was developing software for the 5150 at the time, what programs were your go-to's at the time?
Please excuse my poor grammar English is not my first language- I'm sorry if this question was too broad, was hoping to get some advice on just starting out :/